Blinded, multicenter, and independently adjudicated
Atrial and ventricular arrhythmias were studied, as well as pacing
Hypothesis: vMap can help identify the locations of arrhythmias and pacing
vMap compared to ’gold standard’ site of successful ablation or pacing during EP study and ablation
In 2022, an objective, retrospective study was undertaken to compare the first 30 ablation procedures using vMap with the prior 30 matched, pre- vMap procedures.
Use of vMap was also associated with a reduced use of 64-electrode basket catheters in atrial fibrillation ablation cases.
This peer-reviewed article concluded that vMap and protocol-based respiratory gating may help facilitate radioablation planning and maintain efficacy during therapy.
The prospective, dual-site study reported that a new non-invasive workflow using vMap™ may help facilitate the radioablation planning workflow. The study concluded that radio-ablation using vMap’s 12-lead ECG mapping and respiratory gated delivery may provide short-term safety and maintain efficacy during therapy in patients with advanced structural heart disease and refractory ventricular tachycardia.*